Experiencing problems when merging a newly converted LR catalog into a larger master catalog ?
If you encounter issues in Lightroom Classic when trying to merge a converted catalog into a larger master catalog, then try the following:
- open the converted project ONCE in Lightroom Classic,
- choose File > Optimize Catalog... to let Lightroom do the correct housekeeping in the database,
- then switch to your master catalog.
- launch Lightroom CC
- choose File > Import from Another Catalog...
If you still encounter errors, please contact us
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